December 6, 2019
Headlines of the Day
December 6, 2019
December 5, 2019
- India Trying To Set Up Computerised Intellectual Property Rights Office On US Model
- Netflix To Invest Rs. 3000 Crore In India Over 2020
- Cloud Service Providers Should Conform To MeitY Guidelines: BIF
- Jio’s New Tariffs 7-20 Percent Lower Than Its Competitors: CLSA
- Vodafone Idea Tumbles 9% On Birla Saying May Have To Shut Shop If No Relief Given
- Thousands Auto-Exit From WhatsApp In Kashmir
- Premium Smartphone Makers Seek Cap On Basic Customs Duty At Rs 4000
- Vodafone Idea Will Shut In Absence Of Govt. Relief, Says Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla
- Protecting Private Data
- Vodafone Idea Shares Fall Over 5 Percent On Rating Downgrade
- Telecom Tariff Hike May Add To Inflation, Cautions RBI Governor Das
- Jio Unveils Tariffs For New All-In-One Plans, Up To 25% Cheaper Than Competition
- Airtel Discontinues Its 3G Services In Madhya Pradesh And Chattisgarh
- AGR Impact: S&P Keeps Airtel Rating On Negative Watch
- Vodafone Idea, Bharti Airtel And Jio Tariff Hike May Help Subscribers In the Long Run
- Qualcomm Working With Jio, E-Tailers To Offer New Services On 5G
- Soon, SMDC Licences For Mobile Towers On Wheels
- Sundar Pichai As Alphabet’s New CEO Means $2 Billion For Departing Founders
- Smartphones To Be Major Contributor To E-Waste, Says Croma CEO Mitra
- SDMC Launches Policy To Grant License For Setting Up Of Mobile Towers On Wheels
- Secunderabad: Should Telecom Towers Be Erected In Prime Residential Areas?
- Internet Will Be Restored In Kashmir Once Situation Turns More Normal, Says LG Murmu
- Govt Okays Bill Proposing Rs 15 Crore Fine For Data Misuse, Easy Storage Rules
- Public Interest Vs Revenue Goals: Govt. Must Change Definition Of AGR
- RJio Raises Tariffs By 39%, But Lower Than Rivals
- Anil Ambani Firms CoC To Discuss Bharti Airtel’s Offer
- Vodafone Idea And NASSCOM Foundation Jointly Launch The Managr
- Airtel To Raise Up To $3 Billion
- Personal Data Of 20 Users Out Of 121 Targeted By Pegasus, Says Govt.
- Telecom Companies Shares Rise On Proposal To Fix Floor Price For Data Tariffs
- STPI Launches Hub For Startups Working On IoT-Based Solutions
- Incubator To Dovetail 5G Technology, Industry 4.0
- 4G And 5G Spectrum Auction Might Happen In First Quarter Of 2020
- Union Cabinet Approves Personal Data Protection Bill
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